Yeah you can actually bulk add products to discount by collection, vendor and product type. You can tag products for special sales like 'deals of the day'. Here is a video covering it.
If you do want to try it out there is a 14-day free trial. Again, if you have questions I will do my best to help.
Was researching for the same answer and see the question is still on the table 1 year later.
Discount codes/prices on product pages should be standard in a platform such as Shopify. They have the capital to invest in development.
The apps I have seen are USD20+ per month and this not where I wish to spend my money with Shopify. Disappointing in short.
Thanks for the feedback! That definitely sounds like a good idea and I'll pass it along to our team for you.
That said, just so I have all the details if you're looking to post a discount code on a product page, would a good workaround be to put the product on sale? That way the customer doesn't have the extra step of inputting the discount code when they see it. You can see the steps on how to do that on this page in our Shopify Manual.
Let me know if this does or doesn't work for you as an alternative!
Have a great one,
Any update to this? A google search of the forums seems to show this is a request that has been in for years by a large number of people. I can't imagine anybody wanting discounts to be applied by "hidden" as they are now until the checkout. I suspect every single user of discount codes wants them to show up in the cart.
Thanks for adding your feedback to this. I can definitely see how this would and can impact your business going forward. For the moment the best and most efficient way to do this is by adding an app, similar to the one @Bobby_from_Bold has mentioned in the thread above, it wouldn't be a native feature to the platform. I will add another feature request on top of the one Ann has made to let our development team know this going forward.
While I would normally 100% agree with this, I can see the use of having it hidden, especially if your suppliers have a M.A.P Policy.
I would be nice to be able to toggle between showing the sale prices in the cart or on the page - at least at a store level, if not a product page level...
Just to add a bit, some vendors REQUIRE that we use a coupon instead of dropping the price. Also, Google Shopping only lets you advertise items that change in the cart - either a cart price drop or coupon applied. In either case letting customers know this on the Product Page is crucial. Since Shopify has a Discount tool where you've already applied collections, it seems there could just be a checkbox for "Add Product Page Message" and then a box to put in the message.
Also, there should really be a field for discount Terms & Conditions in the Discount tool that would appear from a link anywhere the coupon code appears.
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